Going to the Kee Palace

Sorry but for these past few days, all I could even think was my mouth ulcers. Every waking moment, its always about them because of the pain. But it also makes you adapt to the situation, for example:

1) You have to puff of your cheeks so that they do not touch your teeth.
2) You suddenly know how to speak without moving your lips
3) Sometimes you speak as if you're gritting your teeth which people would respect because they think you're trying to keep you temper while talking to them.
4) You can always show them to your customer who then pity you and give you the order. Ha ha ha.

Tonight, is different because I am going to meet my Wife and the girls at The Kee Palace. And so, it is going to be a great night as fas as I can tell because everyone would be having a great time. Except me of course. Me and my mouth ulcers......

Kristine and her new cousin. We're trying to
make sure the two girls do not affect him too
much, knowing how crazy they can get when
they're too happy.

Me being a 'special case', Wife cooked porridge and
I was even served some herbal soup. Yum yum.

The girls were eating chicken and I took this shot
because Kristine was so engrossed in it, she did
not even notice the sound she made while going
through the bones. Kruuck.... krack....

Later on, as usual, they went through
their cousin's toy chest. Here, Kaelynn
is playing with wooden frogs which is
part of some pre-school teaching aid.

When I rushed back home, it was
another dose of Vitamin-C and so
it happens, I found a Kiwi......

Whoa! What a surprise! Another dinner with
herbal soup and porridge! And so, as usual, I
whack it all and went to sleep by myself but
with a bloating stomach full of liquid.

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